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Sarah from Paris asked

What are the best hidden passages in Paris?

Hi, 

I want to visit Paris in a different way during my sunday walks. Do you know some hidden passages in Paris that worth exploring? 

Paris (France)

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answered by
Kamel from Paris

Hi Sarah,

I can recommand you several hidden places here in Paris :

  1. Anne-Frank Garden located at 14, impasse Berthaud, Paris 3ème is a 4000m2 hidden park in the center of Paris 
  2. Maison du Brésil located at 7 L, boulevard Jourdan, Paris 14ème. In the Cité Universitaire, this building was made by Lucio Costa et Le Corbusier 
  3. Galerie Colbert located at 6, rue des Petits Champs, Paris 2ème. A hidden passage near the Bourse metro station !
  4. La Pagode located at 57, bis rue de Babylone, Paris 7ème. Authentic Japonese built in 1895 with an exotic garden and a cinema inside the building !
  5. Studio Sainte Marthe located at Place Sainte-Marthe, Paris 10ème near the Belleville or Goncourt metro station.   

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Alexis from Paris

Hi

A small secret street in La Butte aux Cailles : Villa Daniel

Les passages : 

Passage Choiseul 

Passage Potier 

Galerie Vivienne, Paris. 

Passage des Panoramas 

Passage Jouffroy 

Have a nice walk


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Gregory from Toronto

Just got back from Paris, have a read. Also ff the beaten path and definitely worth a visit are the wander-ful les passages couverts (covered passages). Many have fallen under neglect, but they are certainly worth a stroll through to view the unique shops, wine bars, petits-restos, and libraries anciens that were originally designed to give nineteenth century Parisians protection from mud and horse-drawn vehicles. There is an extensive network that runs from the Rue Saint-Marc which includes Les Passage des Panoramas all the way up to Passage Verdeau on the Snc Cogifrance Montmartre. Keep your eyes open as their entrances are easy to miss and many are closed nights and on Sundays. Paris well!


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answered by
Julian from Tampa

Hi,

I would add Passage du Grand Cerf I discovered this beautifull passage few weeks ago, it's a neat place to walk.

I also found another super small kind of a vegetable garden, super silent, you have to walk across an elementary school porch, and it's free to go in, Here it is! 

Enjoy your stay :)


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Elaine from Norfolk

The Catacombes de Paris in Paris if not claustrophobic...Very unusual and interesting


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answered by
Haleigh from Paris

Hi Sarah! The beautiful passages of Paris are located predominantly in the 9th and 2nd arrondissement. Galerie Vivienne, Paris. is a big one with a lot to do from shops and restaurants and close to the Palais Royal. Passage du Grand Cerf is also a busy one with some things to explore. Many of the passages lead one into another so if you go to one you can discover the others in the vicinity and they are truly an architectual gem that I very much recommend! Hope that helps!


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